Quantic Dream's PlayStation 3 adventure game Beyond: Two Souls might be the latest game making a generational leap. Trophies for a PlayStation 4 version of the game have recently appeared on achievement-tracking web site Exophase.
Sony Computer Entertainment hasn't announced a PS4 port of Beyond: Two Souls, but Exophase says it pulls its trophy data from Sony's PlayStation Network. The PS4 trophy listing is separate from the existing PS3 version of the game.
Quantic Dream confirmed last year that it was developing an unnamed PS4 title, but indicated at the time that its next-generation game was something new. "Innovation is part of our DNA," Quantic Dream co-CEO Guillaume de Fondaumière said. "We've never duplicated ourselves. We never clone ourselves or other people's projects; we always try to create unique experiences."
The Paris-based developer showed off a PS4 tech demo called "The Dark Sorcerer" at last year's E3, but said the demonstration was not related to an in-development game.
Beyond: Two Souls, which stars actors Ellen Page and Willem Dafoe, was released for PS3 in October 2013. Since launch, the game has sold more than 1 million copies, Quantic Dream says. For more on the PS3 title, read Polygon's Beyond: Two Souls review.
We've reached out to Sony Computer Entertainment for comment on Beyond: Two Soul's potential PS4 port.